More Brexit speculation, economic pessimism and a deterministic approach to trade talks. NAB’s Ray Attrill on what’s driving market right now.
A massive hit in oil prices and US equities, yet the US dollar is on the rise. NAB’s Gavin Friend looks at a night of sudden moves and speculates on what’s to follow.
A cliff edge for Sterling. Phil Dobbie asks NAB’s David de Garis how low it could go?
Could the hope of a Brexit deal be about to come to an end? Will the Saudis stop a bull run on oil?
As Americans head out to the polls the markets are left guessing whether it’ll be a good or bad result for President Trump. What will it mean for the economy?
The latest jobs data gives hints of where the Aussie economy is headed – and just what we needed, more real estate agents.
Australia’s Treasurer wants to curb spending. Yet the elephant in the room is the sliding economic growth. Fix that, he boosts revenue and the deficit disappears.
Why is the world economy is such dire straits? Because too many people, for too long, have assumed that if they have the cash, they can get more money, for nothing.
Aussie house prices have continued rise well above inflation, even though sales are well down.
Maybe if the Fed issues 100 year bonds we'll all start considering climate change more seriously?
More US China trade concerns have knocked bond yields still further, along with an ECB member suggesting a bazooka of stimulus measures is on the way. I discuss it all with NAB’s Gavin Friend. https://t.co/AkoSMiq6mI